Joseph Fielding Smith—“Every important event in our lives should be placed in a record, by us individually. … If you have accomplished something worth while during the day, put it down; it may be of use to posterity.” (Doctrines of Salvation, 2:204.)
Gordon B. Hinckley—“May I suggest that you write, that you keep journals, that you express your thoughts on paper. … You will bless the lives of many—your families and others—now and in the years to come.” (Ensign, November 1984, page 91.)
- If you have a hard time writing every day, make it a Sunday afternoon activity.
- Make a gratitude journal. Spend time every day or week to write down the things you are grateful for.
- Online journaling
- Photo Books